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Furniture store in Haarlem

by EasyTraveling Online Now Aug 27, 2006 at 12:25 PM

Hope someone can help us locate a furniture store on one of the main streets of Haarlem. It was on a main street, adjacent to a canal and carried a variety of furniture. Our interest is in the dining room hutches, with glass in the upper doors. Altho it did have a website, we can't locate the store using search engines on line and have misplaced its business card. Anyone living in or familiar with Haarlem enough to help? Thanks!

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    RE: Furniture store in Haarlem

    by pieter_jan_v Online Now Aug 27, 2006 at 1:23 PM

    I found these websites after a search on the Dutch Yellow Pages looking for "Meubelen"at the city of Haarlem:

    goudengids.nl/search/Haarlem...


    http://www.meubelontwerp.nl/
    http://www.edwardnieuwenhoven.nl/
    http://www.vanduivenbodeninterieur.nl/
    http://www.bootmeubelen.nl/
    http://www.palau.nl/home/


    I hope the store you are looking for is within the 5 I narrowed down.

    PJ

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    RE: RE: Furniture store in Haarlem

    by La_Holandesa Online Now Aug 27, 2006 at 4:03 PM

    Hiii John!
    Silly q. but what is: dining room hutches??
    Don't know if this the one you looking for but i like this store much:
    Rivièra Maison - Home Decorations and Furniture,

    Also in lots other cities & Alkmaar, next to the canal.
    The website is:
    http://riviera-maison.com/

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    RE: RE: Furniture store in Haarlem

    by EasyTraveling Online Now Aug 27, 2006 at 8:16 PM

    Thank you both for the info. Anita, I believe "cupboard" is the more common term for "hutch" in Europe. A cabinet to store dishes and cups, with the bottom part comprised of 2 or 3 drawers and the top portion sometimes with pull open doors that have glass, and sometimes with no doors at all, just shelves to display dishes and such. I did go to all the websites provided. Unfortunately not the same store, and the furniture displayed was modern. We're more interested in the old fashioned wood cupboards. But thank you so much for your suggestions. We'll keep on looking!

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